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Old Aug 2, '11, 7:34 am
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Default Patron Saint for Hearing?

I know there is a patron saint for eyesight or the blind, but is there one for hearing? My sister-in-law has suddenly lost her hearing in one ear, and had no hearing in her other ear before that, so is quite suddenly and without explanation deaf. They are doing an MRI today, thank God, but I was wondering if there was a particular saint I might pray to.

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Default Re: Patron Saint for Hearing?

Hear are the Patrons against Deafness:
•Cadoc of Llancarvan
•Drogo
•Francis de Sales
•Meriadoc
•Ouen
The most recognizable name on the list is St. Francis de Sales, but it can't hurt to pray for all their intercession.
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Old Aug 2, '11, 10:16 am
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Thank you so much!!! I really appreciate it!

Lynn
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